Quintech names new business development chief for wireless test unit
Quintech Electronics and Communications announced the appointment of Mr. Kang Chen.
Quintech Electronics and Communications, Inc. (Indiana, PA) recently announced the appointment of Mr. Kang Chen as the company's new business development manager for its Wireless Test & Measurement unit.
Kang Chen has held previous positions at tier-one technology companies such as Alcatel Lucent, Agilent Technologies and Spirent Communications. He also built and managed technical partnerships with wireless industry leaders such as Broadcom, Intel and Apple, as well as top carriers and service providers including Sprint, Verizon and AT&T.
According to a press release, Mr. Chen possesses a MSEE from Rutgers University and joins the Quintech team as an industry expert in wireless test and measurement. He has a strong technical background with 15 years of experience in the wireless industry. He is particularly knowledgeable of LTE, UMTS, CDMA, GSM radio access networks and 802.11 family technologies.
Quintech says it is confident in Mr. Chen’s ability to analyze customer needs and requirements while communicating highly technical solutions.
“I am very pleased to have Kang join our team to help Quintech better serve the worldwide market of RF matrix switch applications for test and measurement. Kang brings an acumen to Quintech that will allow us to continue to define and deliver innovative wireless testing products and solutions bringing even greater value to our customers,” said Frank Elling, president of Quintech Electronics.
Mr. Chen commented, “The wireless industry is facing a test challenge of an increasing number of antennas and the complexity of different radio access technologies. I am excited to join Quintech and lead the effort of driving innovative solutions to help our customers meet this challenge.”
Quintech exhibited at the recent 2014 CTIA wireless trade show (September 9-11 in Las Vegas), one of the world’s largest forums for the cellular and wireless industry.